The exhibition has works of several renowned artists on display.
One of the most noted works was "The Sea of Pain" by Chilean artist Raul Zurita. Based on the Syrian conflict and specifically on Aylan Kurdi, the boy whose body was washed ashore in September 2015, the artist tries to embody the reality of the war on terror.
Another brilliant work of art titled "Dance of Death" by Indian artist Yardena Kurulkar, consists of flickering bulbs, which at a particular angle, display the exact date on which the artist was born. Through this work, the artist aims to create an imagery of confrontation between life and death.
The "Old City Puzzle" features an entire wall dedicated to the city of Hyderabad with its beautiful monuments, historic monuments, temples, markets, institutions, eateries and public spaces
American artist Gary Hill, described by many as the founding father of video art, exhibited several works of art based on the technique of glass blowing and its results using multimedia.
In the above exhibit by the same artist, the bottle shows the image of how it was blown into formation.
Another of his creations, titled "Dream Stop" gives the visitor a surreal experience as he/she enters the hall. This work is created using visuals from 31 video cameras and 31 projectors.
In collaboration with the Muziris Biennale, works of several artists from Kerala, who had passed out from the Trivandrum College of Arts, were also exhibited in the Museum of Kerala History as collateral.
K.P. Krishnakumar, K.M. Madhusudhanan, Surendran Nair, C.K. Rajan and N.N. Rimzon were the artists whose works were on display. The works are mostly created from pen and ink, charcoal and acrylic.